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Here is why Boko Haram exists. And the terrible repercussions
Senior Correspondent Erin Conway-Smith traveled to Nigeria to investigate the roots and impacts of Boko Haram.
You know exactly why Russian TV put an 18+ rating on Hillary Clinton's campaign video
Two men holding hands and talking about marrying each other was too much for one network fearing Russia's law against gay 'propaganda.'
Women-only public transportation really isn't going to solve sexual harassment
It's just another innovative way of placing the blame on women, according to some feminists.
Airstrikes. Siege. Starvation. And now the Islamic State — welcome to Yarmouk
The camp's Palestinian refugees were suffering long before IS came into the picture.
Mexico nearly doubles deportations of US-bound migrants
Central American migrants heading to the United States are being turned back before they even reach the Rio Grande — by Mexican police.
Egypt charges 379 with murder for police deaths during the 2013 Cairo protests
It's not clear how many of the defendants are in custody.
Myanmar is using Ferguson to justify its latest crackdown on protesters
The over-the-top police aggression in Ferguson, Missouri last summer was a gift to officials in Myanmar.
South Korea is setting a bad example for North Korea
The glitzy, democratic half of the Korean peninsula is not behaving all the democratic lately.
The US isn’t the only country that sentences innocent people to death
40 percent of the world's capital punishment nations realized they had the wrong suspects last year, a new Amnesty International report finds.
Report highlights 'deficiencies' at Philadelphia police
Philadelphia's police is riddled with "serious deficiencies" in its use of deadly force, the US Justice Department said Monday, amid a national debate about relations between law enforcement and African Americans.
Activist plans to send 10,000 copies of 'The Interview' to North Korea by balloon
'I just want them to know the truth about Kim Jong Un and the world we are living in.'
Here's how the Cambodians who stitch your clothes are routinely abused
A Human Rights Watch report calls out H&M, Gap and others for the exploitation of factory workers.
The vile abuse of Singapore’s domestic workers
Singapore's 'silent army' of foreign domestic workers is dangerously unprotected.
Cops are beating up students in Myanmar again
But this time, it could cost the country billions of dollars.
This man is a pedophile, and proud of it
Meet the activist whose life’s work is arguing that pedophilia is OK.
The child sex abuse scandals engulfing Britain
Years after revelations of an entertainer’s crimes, the UK grapples with an ugly, sprawling legacy of abuse and lies.
Gangs still run nightmarish 'chop-up' houses in this Colombian drug hub
More than 30 dismembered bodies have been found in the city of Buenaventura since 2013, according to Human Rights Watch.
The Chinese government is obliterating this hugely popular comedian
His crime? Belonging to the wrong political clique.
Banksy visited Gaza. Here's what the street artist wants us to see there
'If we wash our hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless we side with the powerful.'
Egypt jails prominent blogger and activists for breaking protest law
Alaa Abdel Fattah was one of the guiding voices of Egypt's 2011 revolution.
Kobani residents in limbo as they wait to return to a destroyed city
The Islamic State was repelled from the city weeks ago, but residents have been unable to return home.
Hear from Egypt’s young revolutionaries behind bars
In their own words.
Add the Islamic State in Libya to the growing list of obstacles for Europe-bound refugees
Propaganda urges fighters to pose as migrants to cause 'pandemonium' in Europe.
Al Jazeera journalists granted bail in Egypt, but case against them continues
Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy have been bailed in their retrial for spreading false news. They will return to court later this month.
Why do so many Egyptian soccer fans die in confrontations with police?
Nearly one hundred soccer fans have died in clashes with police over the past three years. But the country's interior ministry denies responsibility.
Democracy is on hold while Nigeria 'takes out' Boko Haram. It could be a while
The Nigerian military has vowed to tackle Boko Haram before rescheduled elections in six weeks. But there are concerns that elections could be postponed even longer.
Inside the Cairo neighborhood that won't stop protesting
Protests around Egypt have died down since a ban was introduced in 2013, but Matareya in Cairo remains a hotbed of dissent.
WFP 'extremely concerned' by pictures of IS logos on its Syria food parcels
The United Nations World Food Program said that in September Islamic State raided Red Crescent warehouses where food rations may have been stored.
Peter Greste is now free, but there are still 11 journalists left in Egypt's prisons
These journalists are still locked up in Egypt with little or no international pressure to see them released.
Egypt court sentences 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
Egypt has mounted one of the biggest crackdowns in its modern history on the Brotherhood since the political demise of Mohamed Morsi, the country's first democratically-elected pre
An entire city is going to be wiped off the map in Egypt
The city of Rafah is to be demolished to make way for a security 'buffer zone' in an attempt to stop militant activity and smuggling.